Wink Wink Leaks

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––From International Business Times November 29, 2010: “Ahmadinejad claims Wikileaks data ‘released’ by US, not ‘Leaked’” “Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad claimed that the documents published by whistle-blower website Wikileaks were released intentionally by the U.S. administration. In an interview to the state-run Press TV Ahmadinejad maintained that the documents would not … Continue reading

“Going With The Wind,” and other Never Released Prequels, Part 3

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––Going with the Wind––A woman and a man, having been told about one another by friends of friends, write introductory letters to one another: she likes frightening puppies, extorting one of a kind family heirlooms from besotted men, and long palanquin rides about her plantation; he is fond of slapping the … Continue reading

Never Released Prequels of Famous Films, Part 2: Harry Potter and the Ensorcelled Pacifier

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––Harry Potter and the Ensorcelled Pacifier plot summary: Frustrated and angry at being left behind to care for her demanding, noisy, and rather undersized infant while her husband––who isn’t half her match at savage and lethal curses––is out fighting Death Eaters, Lily Potter aims her wand at her husband James’ favorite … Continue reading

Never Released Prequels of Famous Films, Part 1

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––Getting Miss Daisy in the Car: Plot Summary: Miss Daisy, an elderly Jewish Widow living in Georgia in 1948, wants her Black chauffer, Hoke, to drive her to the Piggly Wiggly so she can seductively sip a sasaparilla in front of Piggly Wiggly assistant manager Milton Seskerbund. Hoke tells Miss Daisy … Continue reading

GOP Memos from One Year in the Future

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––That Save the Whale group is getting on my last nerve. There’s a Democrat running in Texas? Who screwed up the gerrymandering? Those people in Holland, Bangladesh, and those Indonesian islands that think they are a country should have moved away from the coasts. Polar bears are so much funnier in … Continue reading

Hail! Shining Americania

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––With whom would you rather take a long road trip, an unremitting optimist or an unrelieved pessimist? The optimist may get you lost by being so self assured that he never read the map, or has not realized or admitted that he’s not very good at map reading. The pessimist is … Continue reading

A Resurgent Monster Threatens: Can You Identify It?

How do you interpret the image below? Tell Cultured Anarchy what you know, think, and guess in the comments section of the blog. Share and confer with your friends, and visit later this week to see the essay dealing with this enduring and tragic theme, which seems poised once again to afflict our Society, culture, … Continue reading

Dracula Comes Out: Says “I’ve Been Unliving A Lie!”

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––”I am Dracula and I can no longer lie to the world. I guess this is my coming out of the coffin moment. I just cannot NOT-live like this anymore; it’s too hard trying to be the myth when I only want to be the undead man I feel I am … Continue reading